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15+ Things to Do in Cleveland This Weekend (Aug. 11-14)

The International Ohio Burlesque Festival returns to the Beachland and LANY plays Jacobs Pavilion

By Jeff Niesel

Our weekly picks of the best things to do in Cleveland this weekend. Also check out our full Cleveland event calendar...

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All the Cleveland Area Festivals to Hit Up the Rest of the Summer

If you're looking for something to do this summer, Cleveland's festival scene has you covered. There are ton of great options for…

By Brett Zelman

Feast of the Assumption
When: August 12th-15th
Admission: Free
Where: Little Italy 
What: Food, Food and More Food, The Assumption Ceremony, Entertainment and More
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25 Essential Cleveland Vintage and Thrift Shops You Should Be Shopping At

Vintage shopping is all of the rage these days. Whether you're looking to furnish your home, upgrade your wardrobe, find a rare…

By Scene Staff

Sweet Lorain Antiques
    7105 Lorain Rd., Cleveland
    
    Formerly named Suite Lorain, this antiques shop sells items on behalf of many owners. Sweet Lorain is highly organized compared to usual shops' hodge podge, making it easy for buyers to see everything that is available. The prices can be on the high side but if it's vintage that you want, this is the place to go.
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31 Cool Things to Do Around Cleveland When It's Hot AF

Now that it's finally hot in Cleveland, there's bound to be a few days when you just have to cool down. Go…

By Scene Staff

Swim at a Public Pool



 For those of us not lucky enough to have a friend with a pool, the region’s public swimming offerings are the next best thing. There are, of course, Cleveland’s public pools, but with erratic openings based on temperatures and staffing, they are hardly worth counting on. Luckily, you can snag a guest day pass in many suburbs where the water is warm and the beach chairs bountiful: Dragga Pool in Mayfield Heights will run you $10 as a non-resident, Walter’s Grove in Parma will cost you just $6, Parma Heights’ primo pool awaits for $8, Foster and Becks Pools in Lakewood will let you in for $5.50, and Beachwood’s absolutely stunning outdoor aquatic center will refresh and entertain you for $10.
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This Mid-Century Chagrin Falls Home, On The Market For $630,000, Is Nestled In Nature

Chagrin Falls is desirable for more than their quaint downtown. In the Chagrin Valley, natural beauty is in abundance and this home…

By Brett Zelman

This Mid-Century Chagrin Falls Home, On The Market For $630,000, Is Nestled In Nature
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